• The John Jay Institute’s Dr. Alan Crippin

    Dr. Alan Crippin of Philadelphia's John Jay Institute will be in studio for most of the first hour of today's program, even as I track the progress of the massive spending bill that slams career military and which is for the most part unread by the House GOP that is…

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  • “Limited Liability Patriotism”

    That's the term an active-duty 22-year vet used when he called the show tonight, saying he felt like the House GOP had kicked him in the stomach and that the 99% of American that hasn't served in the military is abandoning the 1% that has by signing on quietly to…

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  • The War On Women, Er Men…Both?

    The War On Women, Er Men…Both?

    There is a chapter in The Happiest Life titled simply “The Spouse,” and much of what I write about marriage used to be utterly without controversy but today, well, not so much. Among my guests today will be Suzanne Venker, author of The War on Men. She is an emerging…

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  • Ariel Sharon, RIP

    Israel buried its great warrior today, and I will spend time with The New Republic's Yossi Klein Halevi and Commentary's Jonathan Tobin to discuss the former Israeli Prime Minister and general. Sharon's long absence from the public stage leave more than a few Americans unsure of his place in history,…

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  • The Immorality of Leaving Iraq and Afghanistan

    On every level and from every perspective — from pure national interest to the purely moral — the decision by the Obama administration and the Democratic Party to withdraw American troops from Iraq and Afghanistan is indefensible. Let's begin with Iraq. Here is how the front-page article in yesterday's edition…

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  • The Next Christie Interview

    Politico's Maggie Haberman lays out the questions that remain in the aftermath of the epic “Longest Day” press conference by Chris Christie last week. The two question she left out of an otherwise superb list is “When and how does he next engage with the press on this subject?” Of…

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